Pros: self regulated shifts, as much overtime as you want, freedom to do your job without someone over your shoulder, good pay, and great benefits
Cons: very physically demanding job, a lot of squating / crawling / climbing, having to work in all weather conditions from the very hot to the freezing
A typical workday would be checking in at the garage, loading up your equipment and tools. You then dispatch from your company iPad using proprietary software which will tell you what your current job is, Install or Repair, and where it is located. You go do that job, clean up after yourself. Enter your notes into that account and then "Hit the Button" again to see where you will go next. While you are rated based on efficiency, you don't have a manager or supervisor looking over your shoulder, you keep picking up job after job until it is the end of your shift, or you can work overtime, which there is usually is a lot of. Once finished with your last job you return back to the garage, unload your trash and equipment from the day, lock up your tools and then go home.